Nissan has recently announced its plans to introduce a special edition of the Juke, named the N-Tec, which will add some interesting items to the B-segment crossover.
The Japanese based automaker says that the Nissan Juke N-Tec special edition is based on the Acenta trim and it’s adding goodies like the 5.8-inch touch screen display, satellite navigation system, Bluetooth, Google’s Send-To-Car technology and some other tweaks, which should make the model more attractive to its future customers. The Nissan Juke N-Tec special edition is also coming with glossy black mirror caps and B-pillars, with 18-inch black or silver alloy wheels and with some other tweaks.
The model in question is available with eight exterior colors and three interior shades and it has standard features such as the USB, rain sensing wipers, rearview camera with color display, automatic climate control, automatic headlights, front fog lights, leather trimmed gear lever knob and steering wheel and more. Power to the model is being provided by the 1.6 liter naturally aspirated engine, with 117 HP (86 kW) and by the 1.6 liter turbocharged DIG-T with 190 HP. A 1.5 liter dCi diesel is also available for the model, producing 110 HP (81 kW). Prices for the Nissan Juke N-Tec special edition are yet to be announced.